What’s the weather like in Berlin in March?
Wearing warm clothing is necessary when you visit Berlin in the winter. Berlin weather in March is slightly better than last month, but temperatures remain low and there’s a limited amount of daily sunshine.
Berlin is the capital city of Germany and located in the north-eastern part of the country. It enjoys a continental climate with very cold winters and warm summers. Like most European regions, the city has four distinct seasons. Its location within the Northern European Plain means it depends on the urban buildings to provide shelter from cool winds. Snow is common in the colder months but tends to fade by the time March arrives.
The average temperature is around 4°C, which is very cold but can be dealt with by wearing warm clothing throughout the month. At night, the weather cools to just 0°C and it’s likely you’ll wake up to a layer of frost in the morning. You can expect an average rainfall of 36mm spread over 13 days of the month. Berlin has just five hours of sunshine per day with quite a lot of cloud coverage.